Perspective Shift: Culture Design (Phase 1)

$2,000.00

Are you ready to take a new look at your business with fresh eyes? We specialize in bringing art and science together to move people. We use art and responsive data-driven intervention to evoke new behavior in your staff.

How do we do this?

It all starts with an introductory “Perspective Shift” workshop. We’ll use the power of behavioral science principles to create an experience that removes your teams blinders so we can take a new look at your people and processes.

If you’re getting ‘stuck’ and aren’t sure where to start to improve your organization this is the place. This full-day workshop can be provided on premises or online. It may be broken up into three 2-hour sessions. During this introductory session you’ll get a different kind of learning experience. We’ll evoke new behavior from your team through experiential exercises, art, and music. We’ll then use the space created by these exercises to diagram your processes and people interactions for a team/process diagnostic.

As a part of the workshop, you will also learn about our responsive data-driven use of art and science to support your team’s growth through mobile phone, social media, and device-driven tweaks. Learn how the devices you carry and emails and apps you already use can keep your team constantly improving.

For a limited time only, the price of the workshop will also be credited to your purchase of any of our team or system-wide influence packages.

What’s next?

To get started, contact us for a brief question and answer session and to discuss travel arrangements if necessary. Pricing for this product reflects the price for 25 or less team members attending the orientation. For larger groups, please contact us to discuss feasibility and staggering of sessions.

Photo credit goes to science-based artist, Phillip Cha of San Francisco, California. See more of his work on Instagram @philjcha

 

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Are you ready to take a new look at your business with fresh eyes? We specialize in bringing art and science together to move people. We use art and responsive data-driven intervention to evoke new behavior in your staff.

How do we do this?

It all starts with an introductory “Perspective Shift” workshop. We’ll use the power of behavioral science principles to create an experience that removes your teams blinders so we can take a new look at your people and processes.

If you’re getting ‘stuck’ and aren’t sure where to start to improve your organization this is the place. This full-day workshop can be provided on premises or online. It may be broken up into three 2-hour sessions. During this introductory session you’ll get a different kind of learning experience. We’ll evoke new behavior from your team through experiential exercises, art, and music. We’ll then use the space created by these exercises to diagram your processes and people interactions for a team/process diagnostic.

As a part of the workshop, you will also learn about our responsive data-driven use of art and science to support your team’s growth through mobile phone, social media, and device-driven tweaks. Learn how the devices you carry and emails and apps you already use can keep your team constantly improving.

For a limited time only, the price of the workshop will also be credited to your purchase of any of our team or system-wide influence packages.

What’s next?

To get started, contact us for a brief question and answer session and to discuss travel arrangements if necessary. Pricing for this product reflects the price for 25 or less team members attending the orientation. For larger groups, please contact us to discuss feasibility and staggering of sessions.

Photo credit goes to science-based artist, Phillip Cha of San Francisco, California. See more of his work on Instagram @philjcha

 

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